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ADAMS & PORTER MARINE INSURANCE 207 INDIKON CORPORATION . . ELECTROMECHANICAL MEASURING SYSTEM 255
ALLIED MARINE CRANE CRANES 248 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ASSOCIATION MARKETING GUIDE 347
B.F. GOODRICH/L.Q. MOFFITT . . SHAFT BEARINGS 265 THE ISLAND CO REAL ESTATE 275
BUTTERWORTH. INC HULL CLEANING 297 JEFFBOAT SHIPBUILDING 304
CMC COMMUNICATIONS T.V./ANTENNA SYSTEMS 214 JOTUN MARINE COATINGS . . . COATINGS 306
CANTIERI NAVALI ITALIANI . . . . SHIP REPAIR 298 LPI CORP./DAVIT SALES INC . . OIL SKIMMER 267
COLT INDUSTRIES, 190 MCALLISTER BROS TOWING SERVICES 313
FAIRBANKS MORSE ENG. DIV . . . DIESEL ENGINE/PARTS SERVICE MacGREGOR-NAVIRE . . CARGO ACCESS EQUIPMENT/REPAIR & SERVICE 228
COOLIDGE-STONE VICKERS, INC . . CONTROLLABLE PITCH PROPELLERS 300 MARITIME DATA NETWORK LTD ELECTRONIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS 307
COOPER INDUSTRIES .... LOAD DISTRIBUTION MONITOR 287 MARINE EQUIPMENT CATALOG . . . ANNUAL MARINE/NAVY CATALOG 157
FRITZ CULVER INC DECK MACHINERY 215 MICHIGAN WHEEL CORP . . . . BOWTHRUSTERS 209
DEL GAVIO MARINE HYDRAULICS 340 MICROLOGIC LORAN C TECHNOLOGY 259
ENERJEE LTD WELDING FILTER 109 MIDLAND AFFILIATED . . WATER TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS 308
ENVIROVAC INC SEWAGE TREATMENT 327 NATIONAL MARINE SERVICE . . SHIPYARD SERVICES/TOWING SERVICES 310
FLAKT MARINE CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEMS 301 NASHVILLE BRIDGE CO SHIPBUILDING 311
GOLAR METAL A/S INCINERATORS 324 PECK PURIFIER SALES CO . . . OIL PURIFIERS 256
WM. KEITH HARGROVE . . .INSURANCE/RISK MANAGEMENT 167 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ENERGY . . DUST ABRASIVE 213
CMH HELESHAW HYDRAULICS . . . . HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT/SYSTEMS 302 SCHOONMAKER SERVICE/PARTS 314
HITACHI ZOSEN SHIPBUILDING 303 SMITH MEEKER STUFFING BOXES 330
HOSE-McCANN TELEPHONE CO . TELEPHONE/ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 299 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION 151
HUBEVA MARINE PLASTICS . . . . . CHOCKING & REPAIR COMPOUND 202 SYSTEMS, INC . . . SHIPYARD PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
HYDE PRODUCTS INC OIL WATER SEPARATOR 220 TRANSAMERICA DELAVAL GEMS SENSORS LEVEL INDICATORS 315
IML METALS INC .... STOCKING MILL DISTRIBUTOR 251 WARTSILA DIESEL ENGINES 204
WESTPORT SHIPYARD INC . . . SHIPBUILDING 316
Wartsila Delivers Combination
Tanker xTavi' To Neste Oy
The Turku shipyard of Oy Wart- sila Ab recently completed the 19,999-dwt crude oil/chemical/ products tanker Tavi (shown above), first of two ordered by Neste
Oy, the Finnish national oil compa- ny. The vessel was delivered less than 14 months after keel-laying.
The Tavi is built to Lloyd's Regis- ter of Shipping classification +100
Al, Chemical Tanker, +LMC,
UMS, IGS, Ice Class 1A. She is an
IMO type II/III chemical tanker for worldwide trading of crude oil, oil products, and type II/III chemicals including benzene, styrene non- omer, caustic soda, caustic potaska, molasses, urea, white spirits, sol- vents, and alcohol. The cargo list comprises 72 different chemicals most widely transported by sea.
The tanker has an overall length of about 528 feet, beam of 76 feet, depth to upper deck of 46 Vi feet, and design draft of 33 feet. Propul- sion is provided by a Wartsila/Piel- stick 6PC4.2L-570 diesel engine
Each cargo tank is fitted with a
Thune Eureka deepwell pump. For cargo heating, 18 Sunrod heaters are installed on the main deck. One
Maritime Protection inert gas gen- erator is installed in a deckhouse aft. The generator has a capacity of 3,300 cubic meters per hour with a maximum pressure of 0.2 bar.
Despite being a ship less than 150 meters (492 feet) and of less than 20,000 dwt, the design of the Tavi incorporates some of the more se- vere requirements applicable to larger vessels. These include dam- age stability, segregated ballast water tanks, crude oil washing, and the inert gas system. coupled through a reduction gear to a KaMeWa controllable-pitch pro- peller. The engine has a maximum continuous output of 9,776 bhp at 400 rpm. The ship is also fitted with controllable-pitch bow thruster driven by a 1,000-kw electric motor.
Three Wartsila-Vasa 6R22HF aux- iliary diesels are direct-coupled u>
Stromberg 935-kva alternators.
Main and auxiliary engines, boilers, and inert gas generator are all able to run with one kind of fuel on board—3,500 sec Redwood at 100
The hull is divided, by two longi- tudinal and 11 transverse bulk- heads, into 10 center tanks and eight side tanks for cargo, six side tanks for water ballast, and two slop tanks. Transverse bulkheads are stiffened by corrugating; longitudi- nal bulkheads are smooth in the center tanks with stiffeners in the side tanks. Center tanks are coated with pure epoxy; cargo side tanks are coated with zinc silicate.
SweetWater RO Unit
Selected For Antarctic
Expedition By British
Peter A. Malcolm, Marine Co- ordinator of "In the Footsteps of
Scott," a British expedition to the
Antarctic, has selected the Sweet-
Water 400 RO (reverse osmosis) unit as the onboard water supply for this historic, two year voyage.
Bob Daniels, president of Mar- land Environmental Systems, mak- ers of SweetWater Systems stated: "I'm excited and proud that the
British have chosen a SweetWater
RO Water Purification unit. Sweet-
Water systems are dependable workhorses, capable of delivering a continuous supply of pure, clean potable water, from any ocean in the world, even under adverse condi- tions, such as found in the Antarc- tic."
SweetWater units are complete purification and water production systems. The main frame and the precise pre- and post-filtration com- ponents necessary for the RO mem- branes to function at maximum lev- el are included.
The SweetWater 400 unit will be installed in a converted Islandic trawler recently used for oil pollu- tion control. It will be reconditioned to meet Lloyd's standards of an Ice
Class III vessel for this expedition.
For further information and a free
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Second Marginal Oilfield
Conference Set For
April 11-12 In London
The Marginal Oilfield Devel- opment and Tanker Conversion
Conference organized by Lome &
MacLean Marine of Herts, England, will be held at the Cafe Royal Hotel in London April 11-12, 1985. This second international two-day meet- ing will discuss the technical and economic viability together with po- litical motivations for the develop- ment of marginal oil fields.
Prominent international opera- tors, system designers, and econo- mists, all leading experts in their field, will present papers at the con- ference. Topics will include concept feasibility, economics, service expe- rience, safety and security, mainte- nance and repair aspects, finance, subsea production systems, and more.
For further information on the conference, contact Lome & Mac-
Lean Marine, 34/36 Apsley End
Road, Shillington, Hitchin, Herts
SG5 3LX, England; telex 826715
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